If you write to the US Postal sevice about the Eid stamp, this is the reply. Dear USPS Customer, We have received your recent email concerning the USPS decision to release the EID stamp. We have read your concerns about the Muslim religion and the acts of terrorism against the United States and its citizens. We understands your concerns but feel there are misguided. The attacks against the US were not acts by the Muslim world or condoned by the Muslim Religion. These acts of terrorism were carried out by a faction of the Muslim faith that hide behind an incorrect interpretation of the Muslim religion. Throughout history acts of terrorism, murder, theft, etc have resulted from individuals using religion as a basis to eliminate those of another culture, religion, or country. If you look at every major religion in the world, at one point a faction of that religion has terrorized those of another. This is evident in the Christian Crusades during the Middle ages, the Hindu-Muslim wars that carry on through today, the slaughter of Native Americans, or the recent attacks on the US and Israel. In the present day when the movement for peace and understanding is so important we must all understand that these acts are not done by Islam, they are committed by individuals that use religion as an excuse to display their hatred. We feel it is important that people, especially Americans understand the true meaning of Islam and the peaceful nature for which it stands. USPS Internet Customer Care Center [email protected] Aside from the poor grammar, I think its fairly insulting. My views are misguided, but the Postal Services are right on.